Permanent Representative V. Enkhbold also emphasized the importance of concerning youth in peacebuilding actions, and in this connection well informed that Mongolia supported the resolution on the establishment of the United Nations Youth Office, adopted during the UNGA 76 th session. Furthermore, he reiterated Mongolia’s commitment to the execution of the UN Security Authorities Resolutions on Women, Peacefulness and Security and Youngsters, Peace and Security. UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed, Chair of the Peacebuilding Commission Ambassador Muhammad Abdul Muhith, President associated with Peace and Security System for Women in the ECOWAS Percentage Diago Ndiaye, and associates of more than 70 countries participated in the open debate, which was organized at the initiative of The japanese, President of the UNSC within January. The Permanent Representative of Mongolia to the United Nations V. Enkhbold addressed the open debate of the UN Security Council on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace held upon January 26, 2023. Permanent Representative V. Enkhbold noted that in recent years, the socio-economic and environment dimension of peacebuilding lengthening enormously especially in developing and small states, states along with special needs like Mongolia, due to their geographical, economic plus environmental conditions and vulnerabilities, and stressed the importance of their own participation and hearing to voices of these countries in addressing security challenges. He further portrayed Mongolia’s support for the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres effort to develop a “New Agenda for Peace”, which prioritizes investing in prevention and peacebuilding, and putting women and young ladies at the center.